Discussion in 'Archived Threads' started by StarScream2109, Jun 30, 2012.
Heres the thread strictly for kernel development have at it guys
OK, I'll start out, so I'm able to build and boot .7 and I have a bunch of different sources, it appears hroark took the .11 and started modifying it for ics. I'm hoping that the thunderbolt ie mecha source might be usable, I have .13 and .14. I need some help understanding what I need to do to make it work. I know I need the make file from the original source. Oh I need to know which modules I need after the build is outputed, to include them in a zip.
Shin, Bluetooth works on my kernel
If you make a damn good kernel i will bow to you
Ya I made a small change to allow swap, which didn't work, but I had to replace the clock_7x30.h .c etc to make it build. I used the ones from the mecha source, non oc. Maybe there is more in that source that's usable. I need to know what all shin modified to oc. I am also new to this, relatively
acpuclock-7x30.c that is the only file you need to edit for overclock, but let me tell you it wont be easy.
K, I'll compare the mecha and Arthur sources, I have two different mecha ones that are oc
What device is the mecha from?
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Swap enabled, 300 meg swap partition on SD. See how it works out.
It seems I can't find anyone that has oc'd the 126.96.36.199 source for the 7x30. Searched high and low. Unfortunately I don't quite have the coding experience to fully modify the acpuclock-7x30.c without getting multiple errors during the build
The Semc kernel from the freexperia project has an OC'ed acpuclock-7x30 its what i used to get an idea on it. I can also post my file if you wish.
Its technically three files total for the overclock. Edits where done to acpuclock-7x30.c, cpufreq.c and cpufreq.h was added to support scaling the cpu back down to idle from OC.
If you could so I take a look that would be awesome